Question about Teac EX-M3 CD Shelf System
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hum in TEAC EX-M3 radio
(1) Is the hum out of both speakers?? (2) Is the sound distorted out of any of the speakers?? If the answer is yes to 1 and no to 2 then it sounds like one of the smoothing blocks or capacitors have gone down and requires replacement. If no to 1 then you probably have blown the output chip or taken one side of it out, check all connections to the speakers, try not to use tape joints which are unreliable. If you do have to piece the cable, solder the connections. Then replace the chip, Ian
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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